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Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din:
Entry in Who’s Who

The following is the entry in Who’s Who for Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din:


Born Lahore, 1870; s of late Khwaja Azizuddin, Lahore; died 28 Dec. 1932

Imam of Mosque, Woking

Local Mission College. University Medallist in Economics; graduated in arts 1893, in law 1897

Professor of History and Economics, Islamia College, Lahore; joined Bar, 1898, but under the inspiration of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian, Punjab, gave up law for religion after fifteen years’ practice; came to England, 1912; started a monthly journal, Islamic Review, in 1913, and founded the Muslim Mission at Woking in the same year with the chief aim of disabusing the Western mind of wrong notions about Islam; succeeded in securing adherents to Islam in this country, and is the Imam of the British Muslims

Chiefly religious; Glimpses from the Life of the Prophet; Islam and Muslim Prayers; Sayings of the Prophet; Religion of Atoms; Study of Islam; Table Talk; Revelation a Necessity; Secret of Existence; India in the Balance; The House Divided; Sources of Christianity; Towards Islam; Islam and Zoroastrianism; Ideal Prophet, etc.; his chief work in philology is The Mother of Languages, meaning Arabic

The Mosque, Woking, Surrey
Woking 679. Telegraphic Address: Mosque, Woking

This entry was also quoted from Who’s Who by the Cape Town paper The Moslem Outlook, which published it in its issue dated December 19th, 1925 in anticipation of the visit of Khwaja Kamal-ud-Din and Lord Headley in February 1926.

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